247Sports recently caught up with 2013 athlete Zach Bradshaw’s father Mike Bradshaw who spoke on behalf of his son’s recruitment.
“Zach is now up to 11 offers so far. Some other schools that might offer soon are Michigan, Michigan State, Tennessee, Florida, and Virginia Tech, who have been by his school to see him.”
Wolverines wide receivers coach Jeff Hecklinski is after Bradshaw, and was one of the aforementioned coaches that went out to visit Damascus, MD to see the 6-foot-3, 200 pound athlete.
“Michigan has been recruiting Zach very hard and he is really impressed with coach Hecklinski,” Bradshaw said.
Bradshaw explained that this off-season him and his son would try and check out as many campuses of the schools that have offered him a scholarship before he makes a decision.
“We already went to South Carolina and saw them play Clemson this season, Columbia had a great game day atmosphere.”
Bradshaw is Michigan State alum but he will not push his son to be a Spartan.
“Michigan State is recruiting Zach and they have a strong program,” he began. “I wouldn’t mind if he went to Michigan though or any school in the Big Ten. They all have rich football tradition.”.
Along with being a great player on the field, the younger Bradshaw is a 4.0 student in the classroom.
“Academics will play a major role in his final decision and I know the Big Ten has some great schools academically,” Bradshaw said.
Bradshaw is being recruited by most college programs to play wide receiver but he is also a standout linebacker for Damascus High.